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Woolston Community Primary School
Year 3
Long Term Curriculum Overview 2018 - 2019
TERM AUTUMN SPRING SUMMER
THEME DISCOVER: HISTORY FOCUS EXPLORE: GEOGRAPHY FOCUS  CREATE: ARTS FOCUS 
Essential question  Why do people build? What is a community? Car art be alive?
Science

Rock Detectives (Chemistry) 

Amazing Bodies (Biology)

Power of Forces (Physics)

Our Changing World (Biology)

Leaves. Seeds, berries and insects

How does your garden grow? (Biology) 

Can you see me? (Physics)

Computing 

My Online Life

Modern Tales

Dancing Robot

Rainforests

Keyboard Adventures

T-Shirt Design

History

Why do we build?

Egyptians - Building of the pyramids 

The Pharaohs and the afterlife 

Cross curricular skills covered through the Geography Topic​ Cross curricular skills covered through the Art Topic​
Geography Cross curricular skills covered through the History Topic​

What is community?

Bigger Issues-Environmental impact and conservation
Cross curricular skills covered through the Art Topic​
Design and Techonology Cross curricular skills covered through the History Topic​ Making a treasure box - packaging construction  Cross curricular skills covered through the Art Topic​
Art Cross curricular skills covered through the History Topic​

PAN ‘We are Warrington’

Cross curricular skills covered through the Geography Topic.

Artists: Kadinsky/Goldsworth

Drawing – pencil and charcoal
Painting – colour and space
 Printing colour and space
Sculpting – observation, technique, control, experimenting and form.
Music

Keyboard

Right hand middle C position and consolidating pitch and rhythm.

Christmas songs and preparing for performance.

Keyboard

Developing notation reading and moving around the keyboard.

Singing medleys and developing notation reading.

Keyboard

Introducing new positions and developing notation reading.

Preparing for final performance.
PE

Multi-skills Fundamental of movement (FOM)

Dance

Tennis

Gymnastics

Hockey

OAA

Swimming 

Athletics

RE

Buddhism 

What can we learn from the life of people who started a religion?

Christianity God 

How and why have some people served God? 

Islam

Why is the prophet Muhammed an example for Muslims?

Christianity Jesus

What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus?

Christianity Church

What makes a good leader?

Hindu Dharma

What is expected of a person in following a religion or belief?

Languages

(French)

A new start

The calendar and celebrations

Christmas 

Epiphany 

Carnival, colours and playground games

Food we eat everyday - fruit and basket foods

Going on a picnic

PSHE

Electing a school council

British Values-Democracy 

Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing 

Healthy Relationships 

Feelings and emotions

Valuing difference

 Living in the Wider World  

 Money matters

Financial Education 

Living in the Wider World

Anti-social behaviour, bullying, discrimination

SEAL – good to be me/changes

Health and Wellbeing

Healthy lifestyles Keeping safe

Growing and changing

If you require additional information relating to the curriculum please speak to your child's class teacher. 

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